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But creative (and less kid-crazy) new rinks are, um, getting laid all around the country.
Goes great with: A Snuggie ($15) stands in for a cuddle as soon as you're out drinking something other than cocoa with the fellas.Don't spend more than: $35 on a ton of good, cheap wine — boxes approved. "Accidentally" throw this in your recycling bin the morning after. What you'll get: A week's worth of relaxed companionship, and a sore tongue. Goes great with: Romantic dinner at home — and a big bottle of something strong ($40) for the eternal bridesmaid. Why she'll like it: Sounds awful, but get her talking into your i Phone and she'll get into it. Why she'll like it: It's no ring, but it's indulgent enough for her to brag about to her friends (even with one of the great deals out there). Stretch out your arm in bed and tell each other romantic things: how you met, how you make up, how you make whoopee. titles into your Wii — then settle on a slightly less cheesy movie from Netflix's new streaming service on the console. Why she'll like it: Just because she doesn't want a boyfriend doesn't' mean you can't set the mood. What you'll get: A week's worth of contentment, and a sore ankle.Don't spend more than: $30 on rentals and rink admission. Don't spend more than: $62 for Ralph Lauren's Romance fragrance on the way out.
Goes great with: A Snuggie ($15) stands in for a cuddle as soon as you're out drinking something other than cocoa with the fellas. Goes great with: Subscriptions to Bag Borrow ($5-$10 a month for her to rent $5,000 bags) and Steal the Time ($27-$150 a week to lease $20,000 watches).
What you'll get: A week's worth of contentment, and a sore ankle.: You make her dinner, you set the table, you fix her a drink, you do the dishes, you massage her feet, you rinse, you repeat.
Why she'll like it: Cooking for her may or may not be too intimate (more on that shortly), but "going for drinks" again may lead to absolutely nothing.
Middle ground: Hit Open for a reservation at a great new restaurant — late seatings should still be available, so you'll have time to loosen up with that drink beforehand.
Don't spend more than: $100; think off-the-beaten path bistro, not the fanciest joint in town.
Goes great with: Flowers; think peonies, tulips, or gerbera daisies ($15), not roses. Why she'll like it: Hand-holding, hot chocolate, sweaters — it's you that might have the tough time here.